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Motor News Weekly is interactive talk radio at its best, giving listeners all over North America the opportunity to share their love and enthusiasm for automobiles by giving them the opportunity to talk with experts directly. Motor News Weekly is pedal to the metal fun format, and hosted by the #1 Automotive Radio personality in America, Bob Long. Bob has been a professional broadcaster for over 30 years.

Motor News Weekly delivers experts from all consumer and enthusiast publications and websites featuring veteran automotive host, Bob Long in the driver’s seat. Motor News Weekly combines unbiased opinions and coverage of automotive events world wide. The show also features weekly test drive reviews, motor sports news, automotive business coverage and delivers the most up to the minute automotive news in the industry.

Radio and automobiles have been lifelong passions for host, Bob Long. His enthusiasm for cars started as a child collecting auto magazines and memorabilia. His love for broadcasting began in grade school and led to a radio career starting at age seventeen. Long is the former producer and host of Motor Trend Radio, Motor Trend Radio Magazine, Motor Trend Weekend, AutoWorld and Car Crazy radio programs.

Motor News Weekly will feature the latest information on selling new and used cars, looking at the latest new cars from Detroit, Europe, and Asia and will feature expert advice and opinion’s from the automotive industry’s leading journalists, writing for national automobile enthusiast and consumer magazines. The show will also feature interviews with the leading experts in collecting and restoring antique and classic automobiles, along with interviews of automotive engineers and product planners on getting the inside track on upcoming technological innovations, direct from the manufacturers.

Schedule

Su 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Pendleton Prison inmate fatally shot during fight
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Pendleton Prison Inmate Fatally Shot During Fight

Officials at the Oregon State Department of Corrections said Friday an inmate was shot and killed by a guard during a fight at the facility in Pendleton.

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Pasco man arrested after allegedly threatening officers with shotgun
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Pasco Man Jailed After Confronting Officer with Shotgun

A 40-year-old Pasco man is facing at least assault charges after allegedly pointing a shotgun at an officer Thursday night.

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New book by Newstalk 870 programming contributor
New book by Newstalk 870 programming contributor (Townsquare media image)
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We at Newstalk 870 Now Know a Published Author!

For years, you've heard the insightful thoughts of Paul Casey (Growing Forward,  Out in Front)  on Newstalk 870.  Now, he's a published author!

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Eastgate - Principal's Office - Final demolition
Eastgate - Principal's Office - Final demolition (Angela Carr photo)
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Legendary Kennewick Elementary School Meets Wrecking Ball [PHOTOS]

Besides Fruitland Elementary,  Eastgate Elementary was one of the oldest buildings in the Kennewick School District, and Friday, it came down in pieces.

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Kennewick woman runs over husband with truck
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Soon-To-Be Ex Wife Runs over Husband With Her Truck in Kennewick

Any chance of reconciliation just went out the window, or under the wheels.

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Irrigation canal breaches in South Kennewick
Irrigation canal breaches in South Kennewick (Kennewick irrigation district)
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Irrigation Breach in South Kennewick To Last at Least A Week [UPDATE]

The Division 4 Canal, which serves Finley and South Kennewick,  has been a 'petulant child' for the Kennewick Irrigation District. (UPDATE - KID Officials say the time needed to fix the breach in the canal, caused by burrowing squirrels, will result in water outages of at least a week.  Some 4,500 customers in Finley and South Kennewick are affected.  This is the second "squirrel" caused outage this year in that canal.)

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Suspect Rotter
Suspect Rotter (Malheur, Oregon Jail - Oregon State Patrol)
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Suspect in Truck Driver Stabbing Also Officially Identified as Kennewick Car Jacker

Identification by the carjacking victim from last Sunday in Kennewick has authorities now saying the suspect is the same man who stabbed an Idaho trucker on I-84 in Oregon.

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Washington state test scores released
Washington state test scores released (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
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Washington Test Scores Steady, But Rule Changes Hurting Schools

Washington State School Superintendent Randy Dorn calls the new federal standards "crazy."

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Tri Cities 20 cents higher than national average
Tri Cities 20 cents higher than national average (Photo by Darren McCollester/Newsmakers)
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Labor Day Gas Prices to Be Lowest Since 2010 – But Not in Tri-Cities?

AAA says we will get some relief if we are traveling this Labor Day weekend...if you're going OUTSIDE Tri-Cities.

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Records broken at the Benton Franklin Fair for 2014
Records broken at the Benton Franklin Fair for 2014 (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)
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Records Broken at the 2014 Benton-Franklin Fair

While overall attendance was down about 1% over 2013, a number of other records were topped.

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